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Sound Advice with Nick Conti
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Nick Bruner, Off Air Host, talks with Jeffrey Callison on Insight about the latest selections.
Keywords: Insight; Sound Advice; Nick Bruner
|Sound Advice Classical with Kent Teeters|
Sound Advice Classical: Kent Teeters on Insight on November 4th 2010
Keywords: Kent Teeters; Sound Advice Classical; Insight
Kent Teeters, Classical Music Host at Capital Public Radio is interviewed on Insight by Jeffrey Callison.
Keywords: Capital Public Radio; Sacramento Public Radio; Kent Teeters; Sound Advice
|Sound Advice: Classic Jazz and Swing with Devin Yamanaka|
Sound Advice: Classic Jazz and Swing with Devin Yamanaka
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; KXPR; Capital Public Radio; Sound Advice; Devin Yamanaka
|Sound Advice: Gary Vercelli on Insight on 10/11/18|
Sound Advice: Gary Vercelli on Insight on 10/11/18
Keywords: Capital Public Radio; Kexjz; Sacramento public radio; Sound Advice; Gary Vercelli
|Sound Advice Classical: Michael Frost on Insight 10/12/02|
Sound Advice Classical: Michael Frost on Insight 10/12/02
Keywords: Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; KXJZ; Michael; Frost; Insight; Sound Advice; Classical
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Takapuna Beach Business Association Auckland Sound Advice Podcasts.Eddie Borrie from MBS Marketing http://mediabuying.co.nz.In conjunction with http://starlightmediahouse.co.nz.
Keywords: takapuna beach business association; podcast; sound advice; new zealand; starlight media house; eddie borrie; mbs marketing
Insight: Sound Advice:Jazz with Gary Vercelli
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; Sound Advice: Jazz; Gary Vercelli
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Insight Sound Advice Classical with Kent Teeters
Keywords: Insight; Kent Teeters; Sound Advice; Classical; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; KXPR
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John Brenneise on Insight with new selections arrangements of Chopin, Garrick Ohlsson, Peter Beets quartet, piamist Rachel Z and saxophonist Tom Luer
Keywords: Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; KXJZ; John Brenneise; Sound Advice
|Insight: California School Safety / Pet Tales / "A Sidekick Christmas" / Sound Advice - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
California School Safety - "Something must be done." This is the sentiment echoing across the country and powerfully reiterated in a recent article by Liza Long entitled "I am Adam Lanza's Mother." The recent school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary has many wondering about the changes that may take place in the tragedy's aftermath, one of the primary thoughts being school safety in California. California Senate President Pro-tem Darrell Steinberg joins us today for a discussion about state legi...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; school safety; Darrell Steinberg, California senate president; Pet Tales; Gina Spadafori, pet expert and author; pets; Sidekick Christmas, A; Andrew Ward, writer of A Sidekick Christmas; Barry Corbin, actor; Barry Corbin, narrator of A Sidekick Christmas; Sound Advice; Sound Advice, Classical; Sound Advice, Kent Teeters; Kent Teeters, Capital Public Radio classical host; holiday music
|Insight: Entrepreneurs Showcase / Prostate Cancer / B Street Family Series / Sound Advice: Dave Brubeck - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Entrepreneurs Showcase - Sacramento may not be in the Silicon Valley, but it's full of young entrepreneurs with business ideas that could potentially become the next Twitter. This Thursday, 10 entrepreneurs from the Sacramento region will showcase their business ideas before venture capitalists with hope of finding investors to get their company off the ground and bring jobs to region. We'll speak with the organizer of the event, Jack Crawford, who is also a partner of a venture capital firm in ...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Entrepreneurs Showcase; Jack Crawford, Entrepreneurs Showcase organizer and venture capital firm partner; Movember, prostate cancer; prostate cancer; B Street Theatre; B Street Theatre Family Series, The Gift of the Magi; Jerry Montoya, The Gift of the Magi director; Buck Busfield, The Gift of the Magi artistic director; Sound Advice; Sound Advice, Dave Brubeck; Sound Advice, Paul Conley
|Insight: Capitol Chat / SummerWords Conference / Poet Laureate Philip Levine / Sound Advice: Two Sheds|
Capitol Chat-In our regular weekly segment, we hear what's been happening at the California's State Capitol this week with Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler, including his brief exchange with Governor Jerry Brown and an excerpt from one of the marketplace interviews. We'll also hear about the new Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) poll on Prop 28, 29, and the Governor's budget. SummerWords Conference-American River College's creative writing department hosts its annual colloquium this wee...
Keywords: Capital Public Radio; KXJZ; Insight; CSU Sacramento; Sacramento public radio; Phil Levine; poet laureate; capitol chat; sound advice; two sheds; summer words; Nick Brunner
|Insight: The Arena Vote / Marcos Breton / The House of Bernarda Alba / Jason Vieaux|
Capitol Chat - Capital Public Radio's Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler joins us with the latest update on taxes. Michael Landau and his Group have just released a new album called "Organic Instrumentals". Once again, Landau proves to be the ultimate connoisseur of taste and tone as he navigates an assortment of musical landscapes. Landau contrasts some of the most melodically beautiful phrases ever recorded with passionate guitar solos requiring amazing technical dexterity and virtuosity...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Ben Adler; Michael Landau Group; Organic Instrumentals; South by Southwest; Nick Brunner; SXSW; Sound Advice: SXSW
|Insight: Budget Fallout / Vagabond Opera / Sound Advice: Off Air|
Budget Fallout - California's budget problems continue with the failure yesterday of a Democratic plan in the legislature. The state faces a deficit of $24 billion. Yesterday, the state's Controller, John Chiang, warned that without a budget, he will have to start issuing IOUs next week instead of checks. What would that mean, and what impact would it have on organizations that work with the state? Vagabond Opera - What do you get when you mix 1920s Eureopean Cabaret with vintage americana, Old ...
Keywords: California budget; California deficit; John Chiang; Vagabond Opera; studio performance; Sound Advice: Off Air; Nick Brunner; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Part-time Legislature? / 10x10 / Joe Gilman / Sound Advice|
Part-time Legislature? - A proposed initiative to create a part-time legislature in California is gathering signatures. Today on Insight, we'll talk with some of the people behind the initiative and hear why they want it on the 2010 ballot. 10x10 - Local filmmakers have been competing in a contest to make a 10-minute film in 10 days for the Sacramento Film Festival. We'll talk with the festival organizer and with last year's audience award winner, who's also one of this year's participants...
Keywords: part-time legislature; California legislature; California initiative process; California constitutional amendment; Sacramento Film Festival; Joe Gilman; Brubeck Institute; Sound Advice; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Mary Lynne Vellinga / Joe Craven & Sam Bevan / Sound Advice|
Mary Lynne Vellinga - The Sacramento Bee's new business editor is a former reporter who had gone to work for a state Senator. Mary Lynne Vellinga tells you why she returned to journalism. Joe Craven and Sam Bevan - Musicians Joe Craven and Sam Bevan have a new album out and are performing at a festival this weekend. You'll hear clips from the new album and they'll play some acoustic songs live in our studio...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; Mary Lynne Vellinga; Joe Craven; Sam Bevan; WorldFest; live performance; Sound Advice: jazz; Gary Vercelli
|Insight: Farid Senzai / Bay-Delta Conference / Conrad Tao / Sound Advice: Opera - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Farid Senzai-Farid Senzai is a leading expert on Muslim/Middle East-U.S. relations, whose family dramatically escaped from Afghanistan when Farid was a child. His wife Naheed captured the story of their escape in "Shooting Kabul," an award-winning novel loosely based on Farid's experience. Farid is a guest at the upcoming "Evening with the STARS" gala, held by the San Juan Education Foundation. He and Naheed are here with us today to talk about their experiences in the Middle East...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Jan Kiepura; sound advice; Sean Bianco; Farid Senzai; Naheed Senzai; Conrad Tao; Bay-Delta Conference; peripheral canal; tunnel
|Insight: New Union for Sac Managers / Anaheim Kings? / Legality of BLM Bidder Case / Sound Advice: Classical|
New Union for Sac City Managers - Hundreds of Sacramento's managers are among those who could be represented by a new union seeking to protect them from furloughs and budget cuts. We'll talk with union organizer Dee Contreras about why she's leading the effort and we'll hear from Craig Powell, Vice President of the Sacramento County Taxpayers League, who is against it. Anaheim Kings? - There are already two NBA teams in Southern California - the Lakers and the Clippers - how can they possibly su...
Keywords: Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento managers talk of union; Sacramento County Taxpayers League; Anaheim Kings?; BLM bidder case legalities; Sound Advice: classical; Kent Teeters
|Insight: Water Package / "Motown Jukin'" / Sound Advice: Opera|
Water Package - A complex and controversial package of water legislation is working its way through the California Capitol. The challenge - how to protect the Delta while ensuring there's enough water for the rest of the state. The result, whatever it is, is sure to cost many billions of dollars. What's on the table and who will foot the bill? Today on Insight, we'll get an update on the process from Capital Public Radio's Marianne Russ and we'll talk with local legislators about it...
Keywords: California water package; water package; Marianne Russ; Motown Jukin'; Sacramento State; Sound advice: Opera; Sean Bianco; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Tahoe Development / Delta Girls / Boats! / Sound Advice: Off Air|
Tahoe Development - The debate over a planned development on Lake Tahoe's West Shore has heated up. Homewood Mountain Resort wants to build a couple of hundred residential units, a 75-room hotel and a "retail village," along with a lodge, a public swimming pool and an amphitheater. Homewood says the development's design will be sustainable, and improve the quality of life on the West Shore, but conservationists disagree...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; Tahoe West Shore development; Tahoe Homewood; Delta Girls; Gayle Brandeis; Boats!; Totally Jawsome; Sound Advice: Off Air; Nick Brunner
|Insight: Ami Bera / Dan Lungren / The Devil's Highway / Sound Advice: Classical|
Ami Bera and Dan Lungren - Democrat Ami Bera is challening Republican incumbent Dan Lungren for the Third Congressional District seat in California. Today on Insight, we'll talk with both candidates about their campaigns, major issues facing Congress in the next couple of years, and why they think they should get your vote. "The Devil's Highway" - Sacramento State's One Book Program is featuring Luis Alberto Urrea's "The Devil's Highway," his 2004 non-fiction account of a group of Mexican immigr...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; Third Congressional District race; Dan Lungren; Ami Bera; Devil's Highway, The; Luis Alberto Urrea; Sound Advice: Classical; Michael Frost
|Insight: Amy Goodman / Mose Allison / Maria Muldaur / Sound Advice|
Amy Goodman - Journalist Amy Goodman, host and executive producer of the daily public radio and TV show Democracy Now, is coming to town this weekend. She has a new book, "Breaking the Sound Barrier." It's a collection of some of her recent columns. Today on Insight, we'll talk with Goodman about President Obama, health care, the global economic meltdown, climate change and war. Mose Allison - Pianist and singer Mose Allison is coming to town...
Keywords: Amy Goodman; Democracy Now; Breaking the Sound Barrier; Mose Allison; Maria Muldaur; Yes We Can; Sound Advice: Jazz; Paul Conley; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Gov. Jerry Brown's Formal Budget Release / Sound Advice - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Brown's Budget - Gov. Jerry Brown officially announce the 2014 budget, which includes a boost in state spending in almost every department and more than $12 million toward the debt and a reserve. Sound Advice: Classical - Capital Public Radio's classical morning host Kent Teeters has several new CDs to share with music by Mozart and a little known American composer, plus some warm sounds from sunny Argentina.
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; California budget; Governor Brown releases budget; Jerry Brown budget release; Sound Advice: Classical; Kent Teeters
|Insight: Medical Records / Cat Rescue / Jeff Carlson / Sound Advice|
Electronic Medical Records - Doctors and hospitals are moving toward greater use of electronic medical records. On the next Insight, you'll hear the benefits of EMRs, along with privacy concerns. Cat Rescue - The Field Haven Feline Rescue is an animal shelter devoted to specifically cats. The shelter's founder and a shelter veterinarian tell you about their work. Jeff Carlson - The author of the Plague Year trilogy, a series of nanotech thrillers, speaks about the imagination, research, writing,...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; Sound Advice: jazz; Jeff Carlson; Plague Year; Field Haven; cat rescue; electronic medical records; Kaiser Permanente; Office of Privacy Protection
|Insight: No Marriage? / Jim Lehrer / Letters / Sound Advice|
No Marriage? - What if the government were to get out of the marriage business and issue civil-union licenses to both straight and gay couples? Today on Insight, we'll talk about the petition to strike the word marriage from state laws. We'll also talk with those opposed to the idea. Jim Lehrer - Journalist and author Jim Lehrer is speaking in Sacramento this week. Insight guest host Douglas Everett spoke with the host of "The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer" about his work through the years and his ne...
Keywords: gay marriage; domestic partnership; prop 8; proposition 8; Jim Lehrer; Oh, Johnny; Sound Advice: classical; Kent Teeters; Dvorak; Ravel; Sacramento public radio; Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: West of Next / Doug Stanhope / Skinner / Sound Advice: Jazz|
West of Next - Sacramento band West of Next is celebrating the release of its new CD, "Surf Bop Stories," with a show at Marilyn's on K Street Friday. Doug Stanhope - Doug Stanhope is a comic who has been performing for nearly two decades. He is a foul-mouthed, very pointed social critic who does not flinch from his vision of things. He will be at the Punch line Feb. 23, 24 and 25. Skinner - We'll speak with the artist known only as Skinner, who is one of the few Sacramento artists ever to honor...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; West of Next; Surf Bop Stories; studio performance; Doug Stanhope; Skinner; Sound Advice: Jazz; Gary Vercelli
|Insight: Prostate Cancer / Crayfish Poaching / Found Footage Festival / Sound Advice: Blue Dog Jam - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Prostate Cancer - If you've tuned into a news program in the past day you probably know California Governor Jerry Brown has just begun treatment for prostate cancer. The Governor's oncologist says the "prognosis is excellent" and radiotherapy treatment should be finished by January 7. Joining us today to further explain the Governor's condition is the Director of UC Davis' Comprehensive Cancer Center, Ralph deVere White...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; prostate cancer; Jerry Brown, Governor; Jerry Brown, prostate cancer; Ralph deVere White, UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center director; crayfish poaching; Tahoe Lobster Company, crayfish poaching; Found Footage Festival; Nick Prueher, Found Footage Festival host; Joe Pickett, Found Footage Festival host; Sound Advice; Sound Advice, Blue Dog Jam; Nick Brunner, Blue Dog Jam host
|Insight: School Funding Ballot Measures / Heathens and Thieves / Nevada City Film Festival / Sound Advice: Jazz|
School Funding Ballot Measures - Students from around the Sacramento region are heading back to school this week, maybe unaware of the budget troubles their districts are facing. Schools around California are bracing themselves for a $5 billion dollar cut to education if Governor Jerry Brown's tax initiative doesn't pass in November. A number of districts in the region are placing bond or tax measures on the November ballot to supplement possible future cuts...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; school funding ballot measures; Heathens and Theives; Sacramento Film & Music Festival; da City Film Festival; Jonathan Krisel; Portlandia; Sound Advice: Jazz; Devin Yamanaka
|Insight: Harry Shearer / Climate Change Clues / Mystery Spot Play / Sound Advice: JazzStream|
Harry Shearer - Harry Shearer brings his documentary about the levee failures in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina to Sacramento for a special screening. We'll talk with the actor and comedian - best known as the bass player from "Spinal Tap" and the voice of mutiple "Simpsons" characters including Smithers and Mr. Burns - about "The Big Uneasy" and why he decided it was a story that needed to be told...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; Harry Shearer; Big Uneasy, The; hurricane Katrina documentary; climate change, clues from rocks; Isabel Montanez; Mystery Spot play; Santa Cruz Mystery Spot; Steve Lyons; Sound Advice: JazzStream; John Brenneise
|Insight: New Food Bank / Beppe Gambetta / Choreography Competition / Sound Advice: JazzStream|
New Food Bank - Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services is breaking ground today on a new 20,000 square foot Education Center building and Urban Farm that will bring expanded services and opportunities. SFBFS serves more than 20,000 families in our community each month and that number is growing. We'll talk about it with Community and Development Director Kelly Siefkan. Beppe Gambetta - Italian acoustic guitarist Beppe Gambetta returns to Northern California to perform in Sutter Creek this week...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services expansion; Sacramento Food Bank Urban Farm; Beppe Gambetta; Rendez-vous; live performance; studio performance; Sacramento Ballet Capital Choreography Competition; Sound Advice: JazzStream; John Brenneise
|Insight: Sewage Upgrades / Jingle the Brass / Laura Rosenberg / Sound Advice: Jazz|
Sewage Upgrade - Today on Insight, the controversy over Sacramento's wastewater system. As the Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District grapples with a $2 billion infrastructure update ordered by the Water Quality Control Board, we'll talk with the district's chief engineer about what it all means. "Jingle the Brass" - Local children's author Patricia Newman is getting recommendations from the Smithsonian...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; sewage upgrade; Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District; Water Quality Control Board upgrade order; Jingle the Brass; Patricia Newman; Laura Rosenberg; Sloughhouse comedian; Sound Advice: Jazz; Devin Yamanaka
|Insight: Fire Cuts / Noreen Evans / Syrian Crisis / Sound Advice|
Fire Cuts - The Sacramento Fire Department isn't immune from budget cuts. They've had to place two more fire engines on rotating brownouts and cut some positions. Lack of funds means the department may have to end water patrols during one of the Sacramento Area's most dangerous water seasons in years. There's also an ongoing push for public employee unions to reform their pension systems so members contribute more...
Keywords: Insight; Capital Public Radio; KXJZ; Sacramento public radio; Lloyd Ogan, Deputy Fire Chief; Noreen Evans, State Senator, Chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee; Crisis in Syria; Keith Watenpaugh, UC Davis professor; UC Davis; Sean Bianco; Sound Advice: Opera
|Insight: Census Workers / Ceramics Show / Lionel Loueke / Sound Advice|
Census Workers - The national census takes place every 10 years, with the aim of counting every person living in the United States. That's a big job and the Census Bureau hires hundreds of thousands of people to do the work. Today on Insight, Barbara Ferry, Senior Partnership and Outreach Specialist, tells you about the Census and what workers can expect. Ceramics Show - Ceramic art is one of the art forms the Sacramento area is best known for and that's due in large part to the works of Lee Kav...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; census workers outreach; United States census; ceramic art show; Lee Kavaljian; Tony Natsoulas; Lionel Loueke, jazz guitarist; studio performance; live performance; Sound Advice: Rock and Folk; Dennis Newhall; David Watts Barton
|Insight: Buyer's Market / Assessing Home Values / Josiah Royce / Sound Advice: Classical|
Buyer's Market - Sacramento will continue to have a "buyers market" when it comes to housing prices. A new report out today predicts home prices will keep falling in 2011, but there may be an upside. We'll talk about it. Assessing Home Values - Sacramento's new County Assessor officially began her job on Monday and her office has begun the annual process of recalculating property values as required under Prop...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; buyers market in Sacramento housing; Sacramento housing prices falling; Sacramento County Assessor; Kathleen Kelleher; Josiah Royce; Gold Rush philosopher; Grass Valley philosopher; Sound Advice: Classical; Kent Teeters
|Insight: Secretary Cate / Hallie Ephron / True Life Stories / Sound Advice: Jazz|
Secretary Cate - California's Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is facing cuts as legislators attempt to balance the state's budget, even as the systems grapples with a federal judge's order to upgrade the way healthcare is provided to inmates. We'll talk about this with CDCR Secretary Matthew Cate. Hallie Ephron - Author Hallie Ephron is in town. We'll talk with the crime novelist and mystery novel reviewer for the Boston Globe about her work and her relationships with her sisters No...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation; Matthew Cate, CDCR Secretary; Hallie Ephron; mystery novel reviewer; True Life Stories; Frank Condon; Cosumnes River College; Sound Advice: Jazz; Devin Yamanaka
|Insight: A.S. Byatt; H1N1 update; Sound Advice - Off Air|
A.S. Byatt - The English novelist, short story writer and essayist A.S. Byatt is coming to town. Byatt is probably best known for the books "Still Life," "Possession" and "Angels and Insects." Her latest novel, "The Children's Book," is set in England in the late 19th and 20th centuries, which was a time of great change and a particularly terrible war. A.S. Byatt speaks tonight at The Crest Theatre...
Keywords: A.S. Byatt; California Lectures; H1-N1; swine flu; vaccine; Kelley Weiss; Nick Brunner; Sound Advice: Off Air; Smartrockradio.org; KXJZ; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; Insight
|Insight: Capitol Chat: Washington D.C. / Dance and the Brain / The Idea Man / Sound Advice: Classical Performances|
Capitol Chat: Washington D.C. - President Barack Obama released a $3.8 trillion national budget this week and congress reached a tentative agreement to extend a tax cut that provides the average worker an extra $20 a week. Matt Laslo is a national reporter based in Washington D.C. who's been covering these issues. He joins us for our weekly capitol chat. Dance and the Brain - How can certain movements and motions strengthen and stimulate the brain? The director of the Pamela Trokanki Dance Studi...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat: Washington DC; Matt Laslo; dance and the brain; Pamela Trokanki Dance Studio; Idea Man, The; California Stage; studio performance; live performance; Sound Advice: Classical Performances; Jeff Hudson
|Insight: Alzheimer's / Waiters Race / Barnyard Theatre / Sound Advice|
Alzheimer's Identifier - UC Davis scientists have found early warning signs for Alzheimer's that could help predict dementia before problems actually appear. Today on Insight, we'll talk with Professor Laurel Beckett about it. Waiters' Race - The Waiters Race on Bastille Day is a tradition born in Paris before WWII. It consists of waiters and waitresses in Parisian style outfits speed-walking while balancing a tray with bottles and glasses...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; Alzheimer's research; UC Davis; Laurel Beckett; waiters' race; Bastille Day Waiters Race in Sacramento; Barnyard Theatre; Things That Fall from the Sky; Kevin Brokmeier; Sound Advice: Jazz; Gary Vercelli
|Insight: Dean Karnazas / Georgeanne Brennan / Michelle Huneven / Sound|
Dean Karnazas - Ultramarathoner Dean Karnazas is coming to Sacramento to present awards to California employers that provide healthy work environments. Karnazas is well known for his own many exploits, including running a 135-mile ultramarathon in Death Valley, a marathon at the South Pole, and running a marathon a day on 50 consecutive days in each of the 50 states. Today on Insight, we'll talk with the long-distance runner...
Keywords: Dean Karnazas; long-distance running; healthy work environment awards; Georgeanne Brennan; Gather: Memorable Menus for Entertaining Throughout the Seasons; Michelle Huneven; Round Rock; Blame; Sound Advice: Classical; Kent Teeters; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Kris Radish / 'Signs of Our Time' / 'Lucy Burns' / Sound Advice|
Kris Radish - Novelist Kris Radish specializes in stories about women's relationships. We'll talk about her new book, "The Shortest Distance Between Two Women." "Signs of Our Time" - Poet Richard Gill wrote "Signs of Our Time" as a means of expressing some of his thoughts and questions about the 21st century. He and the classical guitarist whose music weaves throughout the performance work join us in studio...
Keywords: Kris Radish; Shortest Distance Between Two Women, The; Richard Gill; Signs of Our Time; Gianni Rome; studio performance; Elizabeth Leiknes; Sinful Life of Lucy Burns, The; Sound Advice: Off Air; Nick Brunner; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Reno Tent City / The Cody Rivers Show / Bourgeois / Sound Advice|
Reno Tent City - A legal camp site for the homeless opens today in Reno. It's an example of what homeless advocates call a "safe ground." Homeless people can camp there but there are rules of behavior and an organizing committee to make sure the rules are followed. Why did the city agree to the creation of the camp site? And what do the homeless and the tent city neighbors make of it? Today on Insight, we'll talk about it with Reno city officials...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; tent city in Reno; Reno camp site for homeless; homeless camp legal in Reno; Cody Rivers Show, The; Mike Mathieu; Andrew Connor; Adrian Bourgeois; Sound Advice: Classical; Michael Frost
|Insight: Healthy Budget / Dan Walters / 'Attics to Archives' / Sound Advice|
It looks like the state of California is going to lose billions of dollars of federal money thanks to the state's recent cost-cutting budget. Today on Insight, Capital Public Radio's Health Care Reporter Kelley Weiss tells you about it. Dan Walters began writing his political column for the Sacramento Bee 25 years ago. Walters tells you about his work and gives his take on the state of politics in California today...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; Dan Walters; Sacramento Bee, The; UC Davis; Attics to Archives; Michael Frost; KXPR; Sound Advice: classical; health care; budget cuts; Kelley Weiss
|Insight: Day of Inclusion / Torah / Kings & Thieves / Sound Advice|
Day of Inclusion - This is officially the Day of Inclusion in California, recognizing the repeal of the 19th-century Chinese Exclusion Act. For decades, that law made it difficult for Chinese and Chinese-descended people to live and work in California. Although the Chinese Exclusion Act was repealed a long time ago - in 1943 - the Day of Inclusion is new. Tattooed Torah - A so-called "Tattooed Torah," preserved from the Holocaust, is now on display at a Jewish Day School in Sacramento...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; Day of Inclusion; Chinese Exclusion Act; Tattooed Torah; Shalom School; Holocaust Torah; Kings and Thieves; Richard March; Tyler Ragle; studio performance; Sound Advice: Off Air; Nick Brunner
|Insight: Mobile Food Trucks / High Speed Rail / Running Barefoot / Sound Advice|
Mobile Food Trucks - Food trucks can't sit in one place for more than 30 minutes because of a Sacramento city ordinance designed to protect "brick and mortar" restaurants. Food truck vendors have been protesting the ordinance with a weekly festival just outside city limits. We'll speak with the owner of Drewski's Hot Rod Kitchen, a gourmet food truck vendor that wants the ordinance repealed. High Speed Rail - Rail safety is on a lot of people's minds following the Amtrak wreck in Eastern Nevada ...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; mobile food trucks; Drewski's Hot Rod Kitchen; High Speed Rail Authority; rail safety; Barefoot Running; Michael Sandler; Sound Advice: Classical; Kent Teeters
|Insight: Faculty Walkout / The Soloist / Francie Dillon / Sound Advice|
UC Faculty Walkout - Hundreds of University of California faculty members, including many at UC Davis, are walking out on the first day of classes to protest cuts in higher education funding. On Insight, you'll hear how the UC Davis administration is handling the protests, and how one student is reacting. You'll also hear from two professors - one who's walking out today and one who is not. "The Soloist" - One of the most talked about books of recent years is featured in the latest "One Book Sac...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; Sound Advice; UC Faculty walkout; furloughs; fist day of classes; The Soloist; newspaper columnist; homeless; schizophrenic; musician; Francie Dillon; Sacramento Fairytale Town; Children's Festival; Sacramento State
|Insight: Phil Angelides / Downtown Design / Peg Brand / Sound Advice: George Shearing|
Phil Angelides - Politician and developer Phil Angelides is in Sacramento to sign copies of "The Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission Report." He chaired the commission that looked into what caused the market to crash. Today on Insight, we'll talk with him about who's to blame. Downtown Design - National design experts Mark Dawson, Betsy Jackson and Story Bellows give advice on what to do with Sacramento's downtown corridor...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; Phil Angelides; Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission Report, The; Downtown design; Mark Dawson; Betsy Jackson; Story Bellows; Peg Brand; Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis; Dying Gracefully; Sound Advice: George Shearing; Paul Conley
|Insight: Capitol Chat / Insurance Commissioner / Chris Kattan / Sound Advice: Classical|
Capitol Chat - Sacramento Bee columnist Dan Walters joins us to discuss the ongoing battle between dueling tax initiatives sponsored by Governor Brown and Molly Munger. Plus, we'll hear more on plans for High-Speed Rail in California. You can watch Dan expanding on the topics in a Sac Bee video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oV1GCFnpVLk&feature=youtu.be Insurance Commissioner - Provisions of the Affordable Care Act, which was recently upheld by the Supreme Court, have just gone into effect...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Dan Walters, Sacramento Bee columnist; California Insurance Commissioner; Dave Jones, California Insurance Commissioner; Chris Kattan, actor and comedian; Sound Advice: Classical; Kent Teeters
|Insight: States Budget updates/ARC Jazz Band/Sound Advice: Classical|
States Budget Updates - The State Capitols of California and Nevada are both grappling with the realities of having to balance a dwindling budget. We'll get an update from Sacramento and Carson City with, respectively, Capital Public Radio Capitol Bureau Chief Marianne Russ and KUNR News Director Brandon Rittiman. ARC Jazz Band - ARC's studio jazz bands, which include ARC's Studio Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Collective, Community Jazz Ensemble and Latin Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Dyne Eiferts...
Keywords: Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; Brandon Rittiman; ARC Jazz Band; ARC's Studio Jazz Ensemble; Jazz Collective; Community Jazz Ensemble; Latin Jazz Ensemble; Dyne Eifertsen; Boplicity; Sound Advice Classical